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    The .MTS Playback can be Choppy

    Hello, Friends. I am trying to play some " .mts " files from my Canon HF100 camcorder using the VLC that I can I take along with me on vacations. Hence, the video can be very choppy. So, I had tried number of searches and the number of fixes. But none of them can work for me. So, Can anyone help me to solve my problem of .MTS Playback can be Choppy??

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    Re: The .MTS Playback can be Choppy

    As per my opinion I suggest you to to visit to the Genuine web site of the VideoLAN Codec. I also surely advise you that to go to the web site of the VLC player and find out your issue. I am guaranteed that you can surely get your solution for "The .MTS Playback can be Choppy" on this site. For your assistance I am providing you the following link. I hope that it can work for you :
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    Re: The .MTS Playback can be Choppy

    Your CPU can not be powerful for decoding .mts video in application mode. Here can be the features of your sample :
    Code:
       Video
        Format                           : AVC
        Format/Info                      : Advanced Video Codec
        Format profile                   : High@L4.0
        Format settings, CABAC           : Yes
        Format settings, ReFrames        : 2 frames
        Duration                         : 2s 966ms
        Bit rate                         : 15.7 Mbps
        Width                            : 1 920 pixels
        Height                           : 1 080 pixels
        Display aspect ratio             : 16/9
        Frame rate                       : 29.970 fps
        Resolution                       : 24 bits
        Colorimetry                      : 4:2:0
        Scan type                        : Interlaced
        Scan order                       : Top Field First
        Bits/(Pixel*Frame)               : 0.253
    I suggest you to take a look at following site :
    LINK :
    This problem can not VLC or another codec that you can tried. Your only chance can be to use DXVA with the MPC player. It can work because I thought your video card can manage it and your video sample can be between the specs of DXVA.

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    Re: The .MTS Playback can be Choppy

    I can downloaded the Divx player but the Divx can not be played the .mts file. The Divx can shows "The file can not found to contain a Video track." As for Media Player Codec, I can downloaded the K-Lite pack and I can have the CoreAVC but I can also have the similar issue. That can plays back a lot efficiently but there can be artifacts at random points every few seconds.

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    Re: The .MTS Playback can be Choppy

    I can also have the similar issue whenever I am playing back the .mts files that can be from my Canon HF20 through the VLC player. Hence, Windows "Generic" Media Player can works perfectly on Windows 7 operating system. First time I can seen VLC can be failed where Win Media can works properly. My undying faith in VLC player can be fluctuating. Even though I can go with the VLC player. Because I like the VLC as compare to others.

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